Plea to declare violent means to ward off wild animals as unconstitutional: Supreme Court issues notice

The plea, filed in the wake of an elephant's in Kerala after it fell prey to explosives meant to ward off wild animals, relies on Indian religious texts to signify the importance of elephants in Indi ...
Plea to declare violent means to ward off wild animals as unconstitutional: Supreme Court issues notice
Source: India.com

A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices Subhash Reddy and AS Bopanna has issued notice to the Centre and 13 other states on a petition seeking to declare the practice of using barbaric means and explosives to ward off wild animals as unconstitutional, illegal and violative of Articles 14, and 21 of the Constitution (Shubham Awasthi vs Union of India).

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